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GMAT Tuesdays: Take a Break

Today, I have a very special GMAT Tuesday, recorded at the base of a Coastal Redwood—the tallest living things on the planet!

These beautiful trees inspired our topic for the day—taking breaks! It’s crucial for you to have breaks as part of your study schedule. You will be happier taking breaks and not studying all the time, and, believe it or not, you will actually be able to learn more. 😀

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3 Responses to GMAT Tuesdays: Take a Break

1. CT June 15, 2015 at 6:23 pm #

I recently took a prolonged break from studying. I was out of town for work for a week and didn’t get much (read any) studying in.

Its been a week since I got back from the trip and I’m still having trouble getting back into the GMAT grove, particularly with quant questions. My SC, CR, and RC skills came right back to me but I feel like I’ve taken a big step backwards with quant.

Any suggestions for getting back in the GMAT quant “grove?”

Thanks,

CT

2. aditya June 11, 2015 at 6:42 am #

when he said “Diameter of this tree” , for a moment i felt he would throw a question about area/circumference 😛
Ah .. i badly need to take a break 🙂

• Kevin Rocci June 11, 2015 at 8:23 am #

Thanks for sharing, Aditya! That really made me laugh! Definitely time for a break. 😀

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